In two days, the most awaited results of the
Six months ago, it would have been hard to believe
Clearly color is not an issue for many Americans and who knows, they could be in majority on Tuesday. Now, this is the time to judge Americans, how they have changed themselves from past?
If we refer a history, then it is quite difficult for Obama, the inferences will definitely works for McCain. In
Barack Obama, an outsider in this country, once came across the victim of racial bias in the country, but who knows, that this Black race guy would acquire the most honorable and highest place in this country. Now, if he wins the election, then I can say that
The risk is that, he may not be able to win over the older white traditionalists, who are still uneasy with the idea of a Black man occupying what will still be called ‘the white house’
All of these considerations can reverse the situation and make it an unexpected event of the elections. But if there is no last minute attack of surprise, I am betting on ‘OBAMA’. He has done everything right in his campaign and came out as calm, intelligent and presidential, whereas McCain has been erratic, impulsive and (in his choice of the woefully undercooked ‘Sarah palin’) makes him irresponsible too.
If Obama were white, then this would not even be a close contest. If he losses despite running the most impressive Presidential campaign in the Democratic history, it will only mean that the candidate of change has been defeating by the one thing he cannot change “the color of his SKIN”
Mohammed Farhan Khan